What’s new in Red Hat OpenShift Monitoring 4.14, Logging 5.8, and Distributed Tracing 2.9?
OpenShift Official Blog
by Roger Floren, Jamie Parker, Vanessa Martini and Jose Gomez-Selles
3M ago
The Five Pillars of Red Hat OpenShift Observability It is with great pleasure that we announce additional Observability features coming up as part of the OpenShift Monitoring 4.14, Logging 5.8, and Distributed Tracing 2.9 releases. Red Hat OpenShift Observability’s plan continues to move forward: as our teams tackle key data collection, storage, delivery, visualization, and analytics features with the goal of turning your data into answers.  ..read more
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Announcing Red Hat OpenShift on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with Virtual Machines
OpenShift Official Blog
by Ju Lim and Marcos Entenza Garcia
3M ago
This post was written in collaboration with Alex Blinov, senior engineering manager at Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and David Campbell, IC-3 senior member of technical staff at Oracle. Recently, Red Hat and Oracle announced our expanded collaboration to Bring Red Hat OpenShift to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. We’re pleased to announce Red Hat OpenShift on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with Virtual Machines (VMs) is available for Developer Preview ..read more
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WebAssembly (WASM) and OpenShift: A Powerful Duo for Modern Applications
OpenShift Official Blog
by Gaurav Singh, Mrunal Patel and Sohan Kunkerkar
3M ago
In today's rapidly evolving tech landscape, two technologies have been making waves: WebAssembly (WASM) and OpenShift. While they serve different purposes, their combination can lead to powerful, scalable, and efficient applications. In this blog, we'll explore how WASM and OpenShift can work together and why this pairing is significant for modern developers ..read more
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In-place Resource Resize of OpenShift Pod spec
OpenShift Official Blog
by Gaurav Singh and John Kyros
3M ago
Red Hat OpenShift, the most popular container orchestration platform, has always been about flexibility, scalability, and resilience. As workloads evolve, so do the requirements for resources such as CPU and memory. Traditionally, adjusting these resources for a running Pod meant recreating the Pod. However, with the concept of in-place resource resizing, this is changing. Let's dive into what in-place resource resizing is and why it's a game-changer for OpenShift users ..read more
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Introducing the Secret Store CSI Driver in OpenShift
OpenShift Official Blog
by Anjali Telang
3M ago
The phrase “Kubernetes secrets are not secrets” is commonly heard, but what are these secrets and why are they important?  ..read more
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Introducing Selectable Profiles for etcd
OpenShift Official Blog
by William Caban and Allen Ray
4M ago
In a Kubernetes cluster, the control plane's stability, resiliency, and performance drive the overall cluster stability, resiliency, and scalability. Generally speaking, the various components of Kubernetes are stateless. For storing object or artifact definitions of a cluster, the etcd key-value store acts as the single source of truth and as the only stateful component. This distributed key-value store is both reliable and strongly consistent. The APIServer, part of the control plane components, is the sole Kubernetes component directly interacting with etcd. All other components use the AP ..read more
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Accelerate Cluster Upgrades with TALM's Workload Image Pre-Caching
OpenShift Official Blog
by Sharat Akhoury
4M ago
In the realm of managing large networks of Single Node OpenShift (SNO) clusters at the Far Edge, the challenge of upgrading systems efficiently is a task that carries substantial weight. The intricacies of this process often involve navigating tight maintenance windows, grappling with limited bandwidth (particularly in OAM networks), and coping with high round trip packet latencies. Within this context, the importance of reducing the time consumed to upgrade clusters becomes evident ..read more
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Your Guide to vSphere CSI Migration
OpenShift Official Blog
by Gregory Charot
4M ago
What is CSI migration, why does it matter? Historically, Kubernetes storage drivers have been delivered as “in-tree” plugins where the drivers lived and were shipped as part of the Kubernetes core payload ..read more
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Faster Onboarding for New Infrastructure Providers with Red Hat OpenShift’s External Platform
OpenShift Official Blog
by Michael McCune and Ju Lim
4M ago
OpenShift users have many options when it comes to deploying a Red Hat OpenShift cluster. Whether installing on-premises, in the cloud, or to your own hybrid configuration, OpenShift has integrations to help your journey. Today we are pleased to announce a new platform type to enable partners to achieve varying levels of integration not previously possible in OpenShift: the external platform ..read more
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Extending Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to AWS Local Zones
OpenShift Official Blog
by Marco Braga, Marcos Entenza Garcia and Fatih Nar
4M ago
OpenShift users have many options when it comes to deploying a Red Hat OpenShift cluster in AWS. In Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.12, we introduced the manual steps to extend cluster nodes into Amazon Web Services (AWS) Local Zones when installing in existing VPC. We are pleased to announce in OpenShift 4.14 the fully IPI (installer-provisioned infrastructure) automation to extend worker nodes to AWS Local Zones ..read more
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